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Ontario government offers Home renovation GRANTS

There are numerous renovation grants available to Ontario homeowners and Canadian professional real estate investors. Ranging from a few hundred dollars to several thousand, programs are offered by different levels of government and partner organizations.

The province of Ontario offers a variety of grants, incentives and tips to help you reduce your energy use and make your home more resilient to extreme weather. When to reduce energy use, conserve resources, save money and help the environment at the same time.

Whether you want to improve the energy efficiency of your home, get a grant to green your community, or find simple ways to green your life, we’ll help you get started.

[b]Ontario Senior Homeowners’ Property Tax Grant[/b]

This grant helps seniors with the cost of their property taxes.

How much money could I receive?

You could get up to $500 each year.Use the online calculator to see how much money you can get1

Do I qualify?

You may qualify for the grant if:

you or your spouse/common-law partner paid Ontario property tax in the previous year
you meet the income requirements
as of December 31 of the previous year, you:
were 64 years of age or older
were a resident of Ontario
owned and occupied your principal residence (or your spouse/common-law partner did).

Who’s considered an Ontario resident? How is the amount I get for the grant calculated?

If you are single, separated, divorced or widowed2

You could get $500 if your adjusted family net income (income) for the previous year was $35,000 or less.

Your grant is reduced by 3.33 per cent of your income over $35,000.

If your income was $50,000 or more, you do not qualify for this grant.
If you are married or living common-law

You could get $500 if your adjusted family net income (income) for the previous year was $45,000 or less.

Your grant is reduced by 3.33 per cent of your income over $45,000.

If your income was $60,000 or more as a couple, you do not qualify for this grant.

You and your spouse or common-law partner cannot both qualify for this grant: only one of you can receive money.

The Ontario government also offers a number of home renovation incentives, including the Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit. If you are over 65 and are planning a renovation to make your home safer and more accessible, you can claim up to $10,000 worth of eligible home improvements on your tax return. For more information, search for Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit at ontario.ca.

As well, the provincial government recently partnered with Enbridge to create the Home Energy Conservation (HEC) Program, which offers grants of up to $2,100. The program is open to people using natural gas, oil and propane boilers/furnaces or wood stoves.

HEC can provide $150 dollars towards a Home Energy Audit and up to $1,950 for upgrades such as insulation, air sealing, window replacement, heating system or hot water, just to name a few. Visit knowyourenergyscore.ca to check if you’re eligible.

Talk to your renovator and other professionals if you are thinking of applying for any government renovation programs or incentives. Professional renovators can help you better understand the program, let you know if you are eligible and walk you through the application process.

One of the advantages of working with professional renovators is that you can benefit from their knowledge and experience. Take that into consideration when hiring your renovator and be sure to ask lots of questions.

Hire a renovators who is licensed, bonded and have a WSIB number. All renovators and trade contractors must abide by a renovation-specific code of conduct that includes things such as providing a written contract, offering a minimum $2 million in liability insurance and providing two years’ warranty on all work.

To get more information and buy the latest the directory of all Canadian real estate grants, please go to www.GovernmentGrantsCanada.ca

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We believe the information contained in this article to be accurate. It is presented with the understanding that we are not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or investment advice. When professional assistance is required, utilize the services of a licensed real estate broker, lawyer, accountant, or other consultant as may be required.

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We Buy Houses in Canada

Professional real estate investors group (PREIG) Canada is helping fellow Canadians in need and we buy houses in Canada for cash with fast closing. We buy houses in Canada to provide instant cash, fast closing to avoid foreclosure, eviction and help fellow Canadians to downsize and move forward.We buy houses

We buy houses in Canada understand the urgency of time and money. We buy houses in Canada will make a written offer for you to review it with your real estate lawyer and get independent legal opinion.

We buy houses in Canada helping fellow Canadians in need now leads from the front when it comes to helping Canadians in and around the area to sell their homes really fast.

 With deep roots and insights in finance and Canadian real estate, we have helped innumerable Canadians to sell their homes without much of hassles whatsoever.

We buy houses in Canada and we are cash home buyers. The reason you want to sell your home for cash and fast is important to us to make sure that you are able to move forward. Together we can come together with win/win solution.

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We buy house due to Canadian Home owners are facing one of following challenges;

Behind mortgage payments

Needs cash now

Bank/Lender refuses to renew mortgage

Demand letter by the bank, pay up or get sued

Avoid eviction orders by court

Missing mortgage payments

Unemployed

Laid off

Property requires renovation

Work orders by city inspectors

Avoid seizure of your property

Behind Taxes with Canada Revenue Agency

Foreclosures

Right to redeem (power of sale/foreclosures)

Non renewable of Mortgage

Fire damage properties

Power of sale

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Tax Sale

Sheriff Sale

Court case

Eviction by Sheriff

Law suits

Expired MLS listings

Divorce

Bankruptcies

Homes in probate

Family problems

Sickness

Poor health

Pay off debts

Accidents

Downsize

Old age

Sellers whose employers transfer them

Owners who are evicting tenantsforeclosure

Vacant homes

Trashed or damaged homes

No-Commission

Fire damaged properties

Estate Sales

Death

Drugs

Grow Op houses

Meth labs

Murder

Stigmatized properties

Flood/wind damage properties

Seized properties

Auctions

All paper work approved in writing by the home owners Lawyer FIRST.

What is important is that you are treated fairly with respect and dignity and get out of the situation really fast.cashbuyers

With a considerable experience, expertise, knowledge, and vital industry exposure, Professional real estate investors group (PREIG) Canada is always successful in assisting Canadians to sell their properties without much of hassles.

By doing so, we have helped innumerable Canadians in need of money get quick cash. We buy any and almost every type of homes and properties. Therefore, Canadian property owners who must sell due to relocating or need fast cash owing to an urgent need, want to sell properties without involving in lengthy and cumbersome procedure.

We buy homes in Canada in any condition and irrespective of the location and condition. Despite the price range and condition of the property, we help Canadian property owners dispose of the property right away. Moreover, we offer no obligation offer to enable Canadian home owners to make the right decision for them.

Professional real estate investors group (PREIG) Canada is the best resource for those who want to know how to sell their house in Canada for quick cash and fast closing.

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10 Areas to Include in Your Joint Venture Agreement

10 Areas to Include in Your Joint Venture Agreement

1. Purpose of Joint Venture

Are you buying, fixing, and selling a property together? Are you buying, fixing, and renting a property together? Get really specific on the purpose of this joint venture. That way, both parties are clear and comfortable.

2. Purchaser of the Property

Who is purchasing the property? Sounds a bit obvious — but can be overlooked in some joint ventures. The purchaser of the property is taking on more risk, so this arrangement should be spelled out in the agreement.

3. Term of the Agreement

If you are buying, fixing, and selling a property, you need to put in the agreement how you handle if the property does not sell. You also need to spell out if both partners will be part of the decision-making process of reducing the house price. It is really helpful to include all contingencies and worse case scenarios.

As I shared, we are in the midst of finalizing a joint venture agreement for a fix and flip project with another company. We have specified in the agreement that our partner will determine correct pricing of the finished property and will be in charge of the appropriate timing of reducing the price if need be. Our joint venture partner knows the local market much better than we do, so why would we want to micro-manage these decisions? The key to having a successful joint venture is to be crystal clear on the value each partner is bringing to the table and for the partners to not get involved in areas that are not appropriate for them to get involved with.

4. General Definition Section

Some would say this is just legalese; however, it is helpful to define the key phrases and terms you are using in this agreement. Remember, not everyone defines these common terms the same way.

5. Obligations of the Joint Venture2

In my opinion, this is one of the most important aspects of the agreement. You have to spell out in the clearest terms what each partner is responsible for. This includes who will be responsible for obtaining the commercial loan and how much that commercial loan is for (if applicable). This also includes aspects such as:

  1. Financial: what equity each partner is responsible for
  2. Operations: who is running the day-to-day operations of the rehab and responsible for bookkeeping and record keeping
  3. Marketing/sales: who is responsible for marketing and selling the finished product

The key here is to spell out every single detail. Include everything. I have never heard partners complain about too much communication in a partnership.

6. Allocations

You might have covered this in another section, but make sure you include the percentage of profits each partner will receive after all liabilities and holding costs, etc. are taken care of. I have seen many joint ventures be 50/50, but sometimes they are 40/60 or 30/70. It completely depends on the value the partners are bringing to the table.

7. Termination

Remember, joint ventures are not meant to be long-term agreements. They are designed to be short-term with a very specific, defined purpose. There is a clear beginning and ending to all joint ventures. These types of details should be spelled out as well in the agreement.

8. Rights and Duties of Parties Included in Joint Venture

This is mostly legalese but helpful to include to protect all parties involved.

9. Payment of Expenses

You need to specify in this section who will be handling funds, who is in charge of the banking relationship (if there is one), who will be paying the contractors and service providers, etc. This should have been covered above in the responsibility section, but if you have not specified how much equity each partner will be putting in, this is another place to add this. Additionally, you should specify in which partner’s business checking account the funds will reside. Money allocation and disbursement is one of the most important areas to cover in these joint venture agreements!

10. Insurance

This is an extremely important section. Many times, joint ventures are not newly formed business entities. Therefore, you should be clear on how this project will be protected with insurance and which type of insurances are important to purchase and maintain during the project. In this section, you need to specify who is purchasing and maintaining the various insurances (worker’s compensation, builder’s risk insurance, property insurance, etc.). Again, I am NOT an insurance agent by any means; however, I know the importance of properly protecting the building and all the contractors that will be working in the building.

In summary, I don’t know many real estate investors that have not at some point entered into a joint venture relationship. Therefore, you want to set yourself up for success from the beginning. Even if you are entering the joint venture with a family member or a good friend, you MUST put an agreement in place so the roles, responsibilities, percentage of profit, and money allocations are specified and clear from the very beginning.

For those who have entered joint ventures, please share your experiences. Are there any other areas that I am missing that are essential to include in an agreement?

City of Toronto offer RENOVATION grants

There are numerous renovation grants available to homeowners and Canadian professional real estate investors in the GTA. Ranging from a few hundred dollars to several thousand, programs are offered by different levels of government and partner organizations.

The City offers a variety of grants, incentives and tips to help you reduce your energy use and make your home more resilient to extreme weather. When we reduce our energy use, we conserve resources, save money and help the environment at the same time.

City of Toronto offer RENOVATION grants
Whether you want to improve the energy efficiency of your home, get a grant to green your community, or find simple ways to green your life, we’ll help you get started.

Homeowners in the city of Toronto have a number of programs available and one such incentive is the Basement Flooding Protection Subsidy Program. The city offers owners of single-family, duplex and triplex residential homes a financial subsidy of up to $3,400 per property to install flood protection devices.

Another home renovation savings initiative offered by the city is the Home Energy Loan Program (HELP), which assists homeowners in improving their home’s energy efficiency. Toronto Hydro HELP provides incentives of up to $650 for replacing furnaces and air conditioners with high efficiency units.

If you’re thinking about installing a green or cool roof, you can take advantage of the city’s Eco-Roof Incentive Program. Eligible green roof projects can receive $75 per square metre and up to a maximum of $100,000. Eligible cool roof projects get between $2 and $5 per square metre, up to a maximum of $50,000.

To apply for any of the renovation savings programs offered by the city, visit your city’s website and type the program’s name into the search bar.

To get more information and buy the latest the directory of all Canadian real estate grants, please go to www.GovernmentGrantsCanada.ca

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Best time to invest in Canadian real estate

Canadian professional real estate investors learn during the apprenticeship some hardcore facts about Canadian real estate investments. Buying and selling requires some insight to be profitable. Since spring and summer months are notoriously the best time to sell real estate in Canada, fall and winter may be the ideal months to buy real estate.

1. Fewer buyers are in the market – less competitionBest time to invest in Canadian real estate

Competition for houses drops off in the fall in Canada, a time when most people consider it to be off-season in real estate. But there are still homes for sale – and in some cases, there’s just as much inventory as there was during the spring and summer. Fall means new inventory and repositioned old inventory that did not sell in the prime season.

This puts Canadian professional real estate investors at a great position to negotiate. Fall Canadian professional real estate investors should consider making aggressive offers, followed by more aggressive negotiation. Many panic sellers are motivated to sell before the holidays. If possible, Canadian professional real estate investors should let these sellers know that they can close before Thanksgiving or before the school winter break.

Best time to invest in Canadian real estate2. Greedy sellers can be tired and frustrated

Some greedy property sellers who put their homes on the market during the prime selling times of spring and summer might have been overconfident by listing their homes for more than buyers were willing to spend. After months of little or no action, these tired and frustrated property sellers are often ready to make a deal.

Canadian property owners who were unrealistic earlier in the year about price will now be more willing to reduce the price come fall. Because there are fewer buyers and because the property owners are now eager to sell, they are more inclined to take the lower offer than wait another six months for spring to come around.

3. Sellers become more seriousBest time to invest in Canadian real estate

Not all homes on the market in fall are summer leftovers. Some Canadian home owners need to sell in the fall because the timing is right. Maybe they were having a home built and it’s now ready. Maybe they need to move because of a job. The sellers with houses on the market in the fall tend to be serious. That means sellers could be more open to negotiating and accepting a reasonable offer.

Best time to invest in Canadian real estate4. Fall is a better time of year to buy Canadian real estate

Waiting until the fall (to buy) gives you an advantage when learning about a home and the neighborhood. You’ll be settled in your home and can take precautions – like setting up that new alarm system.

5. You’re the center of attentionBest time to invest in Canadian real estate

Because spring and summer are ideal times to buy a home, realtors are usually busier then. And that could mean you might not always get the attention you want. This is also true for other professionals you’re working with to buy a house. Service providers, such as mortgage lenders and real estate professionals, can often respond more quickly since the summertime crazy market has slowed down.

The same goes for movers. Because summer is peak moving season, Canadians often experience more delays and service issues, such as moving companies reaching capacity and running out of trucks to pick up shipments. The probability of experiencing a delay goes way down in the fall season.

6. You can take advantage of end-of-year sales to outfit your home

More than likely you will be making improvements to your new home after your purchase. Most likely you will need to buy items to maintain your home, and if appliances did not convey with your purchase, you will need to buy those as well.

Wouldn’t it be great to coordinate your home purchase with sales on items you’ll need? September is a great time for buying carpet and paint. October means lawn mowers go on sale, and appliances and cookware are cheaper in November. November is also a great time to take advantage of retailer holiday sales items, which seem to be abundant that time of year.

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Canadian real estate and Importance of 420 (Weed)

As a Canadian real estate investor or home owner, having “420” attached to a house is a stigma. 420 is the police code for marijuana, and Canadians intend to light up on April 20th at 4:20 PM weed and celebrate it as a tradition. As a real estate investor we do not want to own a piece of property where there is a major issue of weed, drugs or crime.

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Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan aimed at cooling housing market

Ontario's Fair Housing Plan aimed at cooling housing market in Ontario

April 20th, 2017 | Toronto | Professional Real Estate Investors Group (PREIG) Canada |

Ontario's Fair Housing Plan introduces a comprehensive package of measures to help more people find affordable homes, increase supply, protect buyers and renters and bring stability to the real estate market.

Ontario's housing market has seen very dynamic growth in recent years,

with prices in the Greater Toronto Area and the Greater Golden Horseshoe rising significantly. This has been supported by economic fundamentals, including a growing population, rising employment, higher incomes and very low borrowing costs.

House prices have been rising at a robust pace in the Greater Toronto Area since the end of the 2008-09 recessions.

After two consecutive years of double-digit gains, average house prices in the Toronto region reached $916,567 in March 2017, up 33.2% from a year earlier.

Ontario plans to help cool a hot housing market by bringing 16 proposed measures:

  • A 15% non-resident speculation tax to be imposed on buyers in the Greater Golden Horseshoe area who are not citizens, permanent residents or Canadian corporations.Refugees and nominees under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program would not be subject to the NRST. Subject to eligibility requirements, a rebate would be available for those who subsequently attain citizenship or permanent resident status as a well as foreign nationals working in Ontario and international students.
  • Expanded , including those built after 1991, which are currently excluded. The increase is capped at a maximum of 2.5 per cent. Updates to the Residential Tenancies Act to include a standard lease agreement, and technical changes to the Landlord-Tenant Board meant to make the process fairer, as well as other changes.
  • A program to leverage the value ofassets across the province to develop a mix of market-price housing and Potential sites under consideration for a pilot project include the West Don Lands, 27 Grosvenor/26 Grenville Streets in Toronto, and other sites in the province. This builds on an agreement reached previously with the City of Toronto to ensure a minimum of 20% of residential units within the West Don Lands are available for affordable rental, with an additional 5% of units for affordable ownership.
  • Legislation that would allow Toronto and possibly other municipalities to introduce a in an effort to encourage property owners to sell unoccupied units or rent them out.
  • A plan to ensure is charged at a similar rate as other residential properties.
  • A aimed at encouraging the construction of by rebating a portion of development charges.
  • More flexibility for municipalities when it comes to using
  • The with dedicated provincial employees to identify barriers to specific housing development projects and work with developers and municipalities to find solutions.
  • An effort to understand and in the housing market. Paper flipping,(Wholesaling) a practice that includes entering into a contractual agreement to buy a residential unit and assigning it to another person prior to closing.
  • A review of the ensure that consumers are fairly represented in real estate transactions.
  • The launch of a which will meet quarterly to provide the government with ongoing advice about the state of the housing market and discuss the impact of the measures and any additional steps that are needed. The group will have a diverse range of expertise, including economists, academics, developers, community groups and the real estate sector.Professional real estate investors group (PREIG) Canada would like to be part of it.
  • Education for consumers on their rights, particularly on the issue of one in a real estate transaction.
  • A to explore more comprehensive reporting requirements so that correct federal and provincial taxes, including income and sales taxes, are paid on purchases and sales of real estate in Ontario.
  • Set timelines for to be established in consultation with the sector and the Technical Standards & Safety Authority
  • Provisions that would require municipalities to consider the appropriate to accommodate a diverse range of household sizes and incomes, among other things. As part of the implementation of the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, 2006, enough land was set aside in municipal official plans to accommodate forecasted growth to at least 2031.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Actions to Date taken by province of Ontario

The Ontario government has taken a number of actions over recent months and years in order to support homebuyers, increase supply of affordable and rental housing and promote fairness. These include:

  • Helping more people purchase their first home by doubling the maximum Land Transfer Tax refund for eligible first-time homebuyers to $4,000. This means eligible homebuyers in Ontario pay no Land Transfer Tax on the first $368,000 of the cost of their first home.
  • Modernizing the Land Transfer Tax to reflect the current real estate market, including increasing rates on one or two single-family residence over $2 million. Revenue generated from the increased rates is being used to fund the enhancements to the First-Time Homebuyers Refund.
  • Making it easier for not-for-profit affordable housing providers to buy surplus government lands.
  • Introducing an inclusionary zoning framework for municipalities that will enable affordable housing units as part of residential developments.
  • Amending the Planning Act and the Development Charges Act to support second units, allowing homeowners to create rental units in their primary residence and creating additional supply.
  • Freezing the municipal property tax burden for multi-residential apartment buildings in communities where these taxes are high.
  • Collecting information about Ontario's real estate market to support evidence-based policy development

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Properties for Sale or Lease City of Hamilton,Ontario Canada

Properties for Sale or Lease City of Hamilton,Ontario Canada

 

Properties for Sale or Lease City of Hamilton,Ontario Canada
https://www.hamilton.ca/buying-selling-city/city-real-estate/properties-sale-or-lease

City-owned property sales online or advertise them through a Request for Proposal or Tender.

Hamilton Beach properties for sale
The following are the sale terms for beach lots in Hamilton:

Being sold “as is”
No financing available.
Council must approve all offers.
Building covenants registered on title.

Properties for Sale or Lease City of Hamilton,Ontario Canada
https://www.hamilton.ca/buying-selling-city/city-real-estate/properties-sale-or-lease

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Surplus properties in the City of Toronto

Surplus properties in the City of Toronto

Surplus Property

 

The Chief Corporate Officer is authorized to declare land surplus and approve the intended manner or process by which the disposition of land will be carried out.

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How to Buy Surplus Federal Property in Canada

How to Buy Surplus Federal Property in Canada

 

Public Works and Government Services Canada offers surplus federal real estate for sale. The properties listed on this site are either: currently available for sale to the general public, at market value; or anticipated as being for sale to the general public, at market value. Many of these properties are now listed on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®).

Using the map, you may click on the Province or Territory in which you would like to search. You may also use the Province drop-down menu above the map which will also allow you to search “all of Canada”. Select a specific Listing Type using the Listing Type radio buttons to the left of the Province drop-down menu. You may also enter a Region / County / District and/or City / Town / Village and/or a Place Name to search in. If you're only interested in properties within a certain price range, enter values in the From and/or To fields in the Price Range section. Finally, to initiate the search click on the Search button.

How to Buy Surplus Federal Property in Canada
http://id-reo.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/public/ffchrdspl.do?page=chtrb

DISCLAIMER

We believe the information contained in this article to be accurate. It is presented with the understanding that we are not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or investment advice. When professional assistance is required, utilize the services of a licensed real estate broker, lawyer, accountant, or other consultant as may be required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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